Lower Center of Gravity

Discussion on load distribution of conventional vehicles has been focused on the static load distribution during stopping. However, to ultimately heighten the fundamental performances of "driving, cornering, braking" , inertia load shift has been fully separated and independent between the front and rear wheels; the engine load on the front tires and transaxle load on the rear. In addition to this, the transaxle placed below the rear wheel center lowers the center of gravity of the vehicle. The Nissan GT-R, capable of utilizing inertia load, realizes ultimate flat riding comfort with minimal load shift during braking, cornering and any driving situation.

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Item Reviewed: Lower Center of Gravity Rating: 5 Reviewed By: Sean Morris